Tramps and Michael Werner Gallery
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Original opened in London, Tramps migrated to New York along with founder Parinaz Mogadassi, who is now running her space in collaboration with her current employer, the Upper East Side gallery Michael Werner. The space is ingeniously low-cost: Instead of a conventional gallery with attendants, Tramps consists of ten tiny glass-walled shops originally meant to house vendors on the second floor of a Chinatown mall. Kept locked at all hours, the stalls serve essentially as oversized vitrines for works by a mix of young artists and Werner regulars like Sigmar Polke and James Lee Byars.
75 East Broadway
|Cross street:||between Forsyth and Market Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: F to East Broadway|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon–6pm|
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